Thursday, December 3, 2020

GHMC Poll: War of words between TRS and BJP

  • Rehabilitation work stopped due to BJP: TRS
  • Its fake letter, clarifies TBJP President  Bandi Sanjay

Hyderabad: As  soon as the schedule for GHMC poll was announced, the war between main rivals went to the  peak on Wednesday when Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhara Rao (KCR)  pointed finger towards BJP for stopping the rehabilitation to heavy rain victims in the city. There was huge uproar from victims for not getting the money promised by ruling party as a part of compensation for loss of households and necessary groceries.

Queues before Mee Seva offices

Witnessing the anger among  the people,  Municipal Administration  Minister K. Taraka Rama Rao (KTR) came forward just few days back and promised to help them so if they can apply through Mee Seva along with Adhaar card as proof. There were queues in front of Mee Seva offices since 6 am for  submission of bank account and Adhaar by the victims.

But on Wednesday suddenly SEC declared that the compensation should be stopped as it comes under election code.

KCR blames BJP

CM has said the main reason to stop the compensation was a letter by BJP President Bandi Sanjay to Election Commission. He said BJP does not want to help the poor who are on roads without houses and food. TRS is the only party which instantly announced Rs. 10,000 to the affected. The party  rehabilitated almost  90 percent of the affected persons on a war footing.  We received 2 lakh letters seeking compensation and we will do it, said CM.

Bandi condemns allegations

TBJP President Bandi Sanjay said, “The letter circulating in social media under his name was fake. I did not write any letter to SEC to stop compensation process. It is a fake allegation by CM who is trying to influence the voters with false allegations  as GHMC elections are coming and BJP is going to win more seats.”

“Can CM prove that the letter is mine and can he state under oath at Bhagyalakshmi Temple that he is speaking truth?” Bandi asked. It is clear that the political atmosphere is heating up in Greater Hyderabad during winter period with war of words between BJP and TRS, which are trying to hoist their flags on Golconda fort by registering a win in GHMC.

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